2022 Presidents Cup Odds, Picks & Field for Golf Tournament on FanDuel Sportsbook

David Kaestle
Presidents Cup betting preview, including players, odds predictions and course info.
Presidents Cup betting preview, including players, odds predictions and course info. / Associated Press

Presidents Cup Start Time, Date & Prize Money

Start Date: Thursday, September 22, 2022
Golf Course: Quail Hollow Club – Charlotte, NC
Course Stats: 7.521 Yards, Par 71
Defending Champion: USA

Presidents Cup Format

The Presidents Cup pins two teams of 12 golfers against each other over a series of 30 matches across four days. One team will consist of all American golfers, while the other team will be comprised of all international players. 18 of the matches will be some form of team vs team matches, using either foursomes or four-ball formats. The remaining 12 matches will be singles matches, all happening on Sunday. With each match being worth one point, the winning side will have to reach 15.5 points to win the Presidents Cup.

Presidents Cup Tee Times

Presidents Cup Tee Times will be available at this link ahead of each round. The tournament field can be found via this link. With just 24 golfers competing in total, the field is full of stars. This list obviously starts and ends with Tiger Woods, although Team USA also touts impressive names like Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth.

Presidents Cup Odds & Favorites

Odds to win Presidents Cup are from FanDuel Sportsbook.
- USA (-700)
- Internationals (+750)
- Draw (+2000)

Presidents Cup Picks & Predictions

The USA is a massive favorite in this one, and for good reason. the American roster is star-studded, while the international team leaves a lot to be desired in terms of big names. Surely both sides have a ton of talent on it, but the USA team is headlined by names like Scottie Scheffler, Justin Thomas, Patrick Cantlay, Xander Schauffele, Collin Morikawa and Jordan Spieth. With just the moneyline odds available right now, and despite the huge number, I'm still laying the money on the Americans. Although sprinkling a little bit on the huge underdogs to protect yourself a bit isn't the worst idea either.

Bet USA to win (-700)

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